Divorce can destroy more than a marriage. The act of going to court to dissolve a marriage can be stressful, expensive, time-consuming and unnecessary. It can be more difficult on the children involved.
Joryn Jenkins, a Florida attorney, wants to change the way couples get divorced. In her book, “War or Peace”, Jenkins discusses how people can avoid fighting a war in the courtroom and bringing sanity and civility to the table.
Jenkins identifies the four ways people can get divorced and explains thoroughly the procedure she and other professionals follow to make sure all parties come to an equitable and fair agreement so that they can avoid the courtroom drama.
In case you are skeptical, Jenkins includes many examples of couples who were reluctant at first, but after participating in the process appreciated the process. If you are a couple looking for a divorce attorney, read “War or Peace” first. It will give you a unique insight into the world of divorce court. You will gain insight into how the process works from a different perspective. For more information, visit openpalm.com.
“I Never Saw My Father Again” expounds on “War or Peace”. Jenkins draws on her own experience with her parents’ divorce to illustrate how devastating the typical divorce court process can be on the children. She explains how parents can avoid this destruction and the benefits of a collaborative divorce.
In this book, Jenkins discusses what is involved in the divorce process and the collaborative process. She gives many examples of when collaboration works and when it doesn’t. This book is a fountain of information designed to educate parents about the destructive and devastating effect their behavior has on their children.
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